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Sampson Lofts - Warehouse to be Converted to Residential

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Urbannizer    29877

This old warehouse will be converted to 80 residential units. A two-story building that was later an addition will also be converted to residential; with retail space as well.

 

810_Sampson_MATERIALS.pdf

 

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Avossos    868

This old warehouse will be converted to 80 residential units. A two-story building that was later an addition will also be converted to residential; with retail space as well.

810_Sampson_MATERIALS.pdf

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This is an awesome building. So excited to see this converted.

Also, I like the windows

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HoustonMidtown    2407

I live across McKinney from this - I have always thought these would make great lofts....great addition to the neighborhood...

 

EDIT:  I see they will be apartments....I was assuming condos....still good though!!

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samagon    1958

this place will have a great view of downtown for pretty much ever considering the location to the railroad tracks (turn a negative into a positive!).

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cspwal    1752

Cool but dangerous looking freight elevator.  I hope they keep a lot of the industrial features in the new building - maybe even make that freight elevator the one for furniture and couches and stuff somehow

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H-Town Man    1837

Cool project, but I wonder if Houston has very many warehouses with actual wooden columns and girders? Not sure when the changeover to concrete happened. I saw the inside of a warehouse in Springfield, MA the other day that looked like it had taken out a forest of Ents. Just beautiful.

 

They're not actually keeping the graffiti, are they?

 

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Texasota    800

The larger building is all structural timber actually. The interior photos are all of the smaller (newer) building.

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UtterlyUrban    1360

This is great news.  Exciting project!

 

if the price point that they quoted (about a Grand a month) holds up, I do think that they will lease quickly.

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